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Q: Is this going to be a Big deal in China?

Different cultures react differently to certain things.
So will this be a big deal or will they pretend it's not true?
http://thefix.nine.com.au/2017/10/12/10/11/jackie-chan-daughter-lesbian-...

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I fully support the rights of Carpet Munchers everywhere to muff dive at will,  but I feel like I really should monitor the behavior carefully, so, Ng (funny name) contact me immediately on my WeChat:

  himhunglo@johnnylongdong.com

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Dick Cheney's an avid homophobe with a lez daughter. I think she might even be a senator from Wyoming. So, I guess every case is different.

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